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Medicine 2.0'14 Europe (Malaga, Spain)


 
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jaardoom
Jiska Aardoom

Center for eating disorders 'Ursula'

Netherlands
An Internet-Based Intervention for Eating Disorders & the Role of Different Levels of Therapist Support: A Randomized Controlled Trial

 

HowardAbrams
Howard Abrams

University of Toronto, UHN/MSH

Canada
Medical Students and Personal Smartphones in the Clinical Environment: The Impact on Confidentiality of Personal Health Information and Professionalism

 

SamanthaAdams
Samantha Adams

Tilburg Institute of Law, Technology and Society

Netherlands
MHealth: Don’t Forget All the Stakeholders in the Business Case

 

dtamimi
Dalal Mohammed Al Tamimi

University of Dammam

Saudi Arabia
Are We Ready for E-Pathology at King Fahd University Hospital? An Analysis

 

FATMAH
Fatmah ibrahim Alabdullah

UNIVERCITY OF DAMMAM

Saudi Arabia
Use and Usability of Electronic Resources Among Health Professionals at King Fahad University Hospital: An Assessment

 

ture0150
Ture Alander

Department of Public Health and Caring Sciences (IFV),Uppsala University

Sweden
Experiences of a Patient Portal with Access During 9 Years to the Medical Records, in Primary Care.

Registered Nurses’ Opinions of Patient Access to Electronic Health Records in Sweden - a Nationwide Survey

 

urs
Urs-Vito Albrecht

Peter L. Reichertz Institute for Medical Informatics, Hannover Medical School

Germany
Google Glass for Documentation of Medical Findings: Evaluation in Forensic Medicine

Demographic and Health Related Data of Users of a Mobile Application to Support Drug Adherence Is Associated with Usage Duration and Intensity

 

lilas
Lilas Ali

Gothenburg University

Sweden
Need and Usage of Different Kind of Support among Young Informal Carers of Persons with Mental Illness

 

ghadah
Ghadah Alkhaldi

UCL

United Kingdom
The Effectiveness of Technology-Based Strategies to Promote Engagement with Digital Interventions (Systematic Review Protocol)

 

ahmed-allam
Ahmed Allam

Università della Svizzera italiana (University of Lugano)

Switzerland
A-DISCERN: Developing an Automated Tool for Identifying Better Online Quality Information regarding Treatment Options

 

janeallan
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allsultan
Mohammed Ali AlSultan

UNIVERCITY OF DAMMAM

Saudi Arabia
Use and Usability of Electronic Resources Among Health Professionals at King Fahad University Hospital: An Assessment

 

adaugo123
Adaugo Jacquelyn Amajuoyi

UCL

United Kingdom
The FGM App: a Novel Approach to Teaching Students about Female Genital Mutiliation(FGM) Using Mobile Technology

 

amannju
Julia Amann

Department of Health Sciences and Health Policy, Swiss Paraplegic Research & University of Lucerne, Switzerland

Switzerland
Exploring the Potential of Open Innovation Communities for Healthcare Institutions: A Scoping Review

 

inaasklund
Ina Asklund

Department of Public Health and Clinical Medicine, Unit of Clinical research center - Östersund, Umeå University, Umeå.

Sweden
Treatment of Stress Urinary Incontinence via a Smartphone Application. Report from an Ongoing Randomised Controlled Study.

The eContinence Project: Development, Evaluation, and Implementation of Treatment Programmes for Urinary Incontinence via Internet/Smartphone/PC Tablet Applications

 

amaauvinen
Ari-Matti Auvinen

Aalto University / HEMA Institute

Finland
Understanding the Roles of Peers in Health Online User Communities

 

marijebaart
Marije Baart de la Faille - Deutekom

Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences

Netherlands
The Role of App Use in Preparation of Running Events

 

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Eva
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dabohealth
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marcobardus
Marco Bardus

University of Exeter Medical School and University of Lugano, Switzerland

Switzerland
Smartphone and Web 2.0 Applications for Weight Management: A Review of the Literature

 

johanb
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eldersarea
Iñaki Bartolome Martin

Ideable Solutions S.L.L.

Spain
Playing Games for Combating Cognitive Impairment

 

PeterBath
Peter A. Bath

University of Sheffield

United Kingdom
Online Health Information for People with Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS): Utility and Usability of Web-Based Information and Feasibility of Evaluation Tools.

 

ibecker
Stefan Becker

iNephro Initiative, Department of Nephrology University Hospital Essen

Germany
Demographic and Health Related Data of Users of a Mobile Application to Support Drug Adherence Is Associated with Usage Duration and Intensity

 

MinardBenjamin
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tbennie
Taylor David Bennie

Imperial College London

United Kingdom
Designing a Blended Learning Tutorial for Undergraduate Medical Education Supported by the Use of IPads

 

berma
Madeleine Berger

Furtwangen University

Germany
Platform to Enhance the Communication of Elderly Persons – Differences of Rural and Urban Regions

 

igor_bernik
Igor Bernik

University of Maribor

Slovenia
Information Security Management in Health Care According to ISO/IEC 27799 Standard

 

sbidmon
Sonja Bidmon

Alpen-Adria-Universitaet Klagenfurt/Department of Marketing and International Management

Austria
A Gender Perspective on the Adoption of Internet Communication With the General Practitioner (GP)

The Changing Patient-Physician Relationship: What Predicts Willingness to Undergo Online Treatment and Pay for Online Treatment?

Virtual Patient-Physician Relationship: How Do Women and Men Differ?

 

drblocker
Oliver Blocker

MRCS MSc

United Kingdom
The Etiquette of Mobile Device Use by Doctors in Trauma and Orthopaedics

 

sbojanowski
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janole0711
Jan Ole Bolsø

Helse Møre og Romsdal HF

Norway
Animation and Humor In Patient Education. A Film About Acute Back Pain To Be Distributed On Web and App

 

raymondbond
Raymond Robert Bond

University of Ulster

United Kingdom
Smart Food: Identifying Calories of Meals Using Smartphone to Inform the Development of a Personalized Messaging System for Obesity Prevention and Management

Utility and Accuracy of Online Schematics That Illustrate ECG Electrode Positions

The Development of an Ontology to Facilitate Personalised Patient Education

 

hendrikborgmann
Hendrik Borgmann

University Hospital Frankfurt

Germany
Quality, Accessibility and Readability of Online Health Information on Prostate Cancer

 

boudry
Christophe Boudry

Urfist Paris/Ecole nationale des chartes ; Media normandie ; DICEN

France
Web 2.0 Applications In Medicine : Trends And Topics In The Literature

 

abriceuk
Anne Brice

University of Oxford

United Kingdom
PLOT-IT: Public Empowerment and Engagement in Clinical Trials

Creating a Database of Internet-Based Clinical Trials to Support a Public-Led Research Programme.

 

rlbriones
Rowena L. Briones

Virginia Commonwealth University

United States
Harnessing the Web: How E-Health and E-Health Literacy Impact Young Adults’ Perceptions of Online Health Information

 

carabroadley
Cara Broadley

The Glasgow School of Art

United Kingdom
Transforming Patient Experience: The Need for a Design Innovation Approach to Health Web Science and Medicine 2.0.

 

ellenbrox
Ellen Brox

Northern research institute

Norway
Seniors Exergaming 2.0: The Role of Social and Motivational Aspects on Games for Elderly's Physical Training through Web 2.0 Techniques

Challenges and Opportunities of Health Serious Games

 

ajburls
Amanda Burls

City University London

United Kingdom
PLOT-IT: Public Empowerment and Engagement in Clinical Trials

Creating a Database of Internet-Based Clinical Trials to Support a Public-Led Research Programme.

 

macrinacamps
Macrina Camps

Fundación Recover

Spain
Telemedicine Project In Africa: “Salud 2.0”

 

cchu
Carmen Chu

JMIR Publications, Inc

Canada
JMIR Publications and Medicine 2.0 (Expo Table)

 

dementieolivier
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cotejose
Jose Cote

Research Chair in Innovative Nursing Practices, Université de Montréal, Researche Center CHUM

Canada
Virtual Intervention to Support Self-Management of Antiretroviral Therapy among Persons Living with HIV

 

lory72
Loredana Covolo

Unit of Hygiene, Epidemiology and Public Health - University of Brescia

Italy
Mobile Phone Applications in Primary Prevention: a Systematic Review of the Evidence.

 

acuesta
Antonio Ignacio Cuesta-Vargas

University of Malaga, Spain

Spain
Studying Upper-Limb Kinematic Using Inertial Sensors Embedded in Smartphones.

Mobile Jump Assessment (mJump)

Mobile Plyometric Assessment (mPlyometrics)

Validity and Reliability of Range of Motion Measured on Smartphone (mROM)

Mobile Functional Reach Test in People Who Suffer Stroke

 

Grantcumming
Grant philip Cumming

NHS University of Aberdeen University of the Highlands and Islands

United Kingdom
Transforming Patient Experience: The Need for a Design Innovation Approach to Health Web Science and Medicine 2.0.

 

kristina
Kristina Elizabeth Curtis

The university of Warwick

United Kingdom
Balancing Theory with Engagement: the Development of a Paediatric Weight Management App Targeting Parents for Local Public Health Services

 

hdf
Hadi Daneshvar Farzanegan

School of Informatics - The University of Edinburgh

United Kingdom
Social Media in Health and Care Coproduction

 

eddebruin
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CarlosDe Juan
Carlos De Juan

Geriatrician and psychologist responsible for innovation in Cognitiva Memory Units

Spain
Playing Games for Combating Cognitive Impairment

 

chrdel
Christine Delisle

Karolinska Institutet

Sweden
A Web- and Mobile Phone-Based Intervention in 4-Year-Olds: a Population-Based Randomized Controlled Trial

 

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pauldemuro
Paul DeMuro

Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

United States
MHealth: Don’t Forget All the Stakeholders in the Business Case

 

nicoladiviani
Nicola Diviani

University of Amsterdam

Netherlands
Validation of an Italian Version of the EHealth Literacy Scale (I-EHEALS)

Are We Fully Exploiting the Potential of Mobile Devices? Addressing social isolation through mHealth

Assessing the Credibility of Health Information on the Web: Does Health Literacy Play a Role?

 

smduane
Sinead Duane

Discipline of General Practice NUI Galway

Ireland
“Just Text Me”: Using Text Messaging as a Patient Evaluation Tool – The SIMPle Study

 

bump
Sonia A Duffy

University of Michigan, Nursing, Otolaryngology, Psychiatry and VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System Center for Clinical Management Research

United States
Randomized Controlled Trial of the Web-Based Tobacco Tactics with Telephone Support versus 1-800-QUIT-NOW Telephone Line among Operating Engineers

 

marleneeast
Marlene L East

University of West Florida / East Counseling Services, Inc.

United States
Along Came A Spider…And Frightened Health Professionals Away: Impelling EHealth and MHealth Diffusion by Evolving from the Ethics Fixation

 

imanelfeddali
Iman Elfeddali

Maastricht University, School for Public Health and Primary Care (Caphri)

Netherlands
Short-Term Results of A Web-Based Attentional Bias Modification Program for Smoking Relapse Prevention

 

toelga
Tobias H Elgan

STAD, Stockholm Centre for Psychiatric Research, Karolinska Institutet

Sweden
A Web-Based Coping and Alcohol-Intervention Program for Adolescents Having Parents with Alcohol Problems: A Randomized Controlled Trial

 

wdevans0
William Douglas Evans

The George Washington University

United States
Randomized Controlled Trial of the Text4baby Program in the Military Women's Population

 

admin2
Gunther Eysenbach

Centre for Global eHealth Innovation, University Health Network

Canada
JMIR Publications and Medicine 2.0 (Expo Table)

 

evaf
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maureen-f
Maureen Jean Farrell

Victoria University

Australia
Use of IPhone by Nurses in Acute Care Settings to Improve Communication and Decision Making Processes

 

sarahbcmc
Sarah L Feeny

Complete Medical Communications

United Kingdom
An Analysis of Twitter Activity of Pharmaceutical Companies and Tweets Relating to Publication Activity

 

sfeldman
Sue Feldman

Central Virginia Health Network, University of South Carolina

United States
Health Information Exchange Implementation Lessons Learned and Critical Success Factors: A Case Study

 

gfergie
Gillian Fergie

MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow

United Kingdom
Using Social Media to Support Self-Management of Diabetes and Common Mental Health Issues: Young Adults’ Perspectives on Sharing Experiences Online

 

luis.luque
Luis Fernandez Luque

Norut (Norway) and Salumedia.com (Spain)

Norway
Exploring the Quality of Health Apps: The ISYS Ranking System

Seniors Exergaming 2.0: The Role of Social and Motivational Aspects on Games for Elderly's Physical Training through Web 2.0 Techniques

A Semantic Web Health Recommender System: Enriching YouTube Health Videos

Challenges and Opportunities of Health Serious Games

 

maddalena
Maddalena Fiordelli

Institute of Communication and Health, Università della Svizzera Italiana

Switzerland
Are We Fully Exploiting the Potential of Mobile Devices? Addressing social isolation through mHealth

Helping Patients and Their Doctors to Systematically Collaborate - Supporting Diabetes Patients` Self-Management Activities by an Online Tool

 

carlosjg
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UllaFO
Ulla Forsbeck Olsson

Department of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry, Stockholm County Council

Sweden
 

JohnFox5866
John Paul Fox

Oxford University

United Kingdom
OpenClinical.net: Software Tools and Infrastructure for Medical Knowledge Engineering and Promoting Best Clinical Practice

 

tfrench
Tara French

Digital Health Institute, The Glasgow School of Art

United Kingdom
Transforming Patient Experience: The Need for a Design Innovation Approach to Health Web Science and Medicine 2.0.

 

Rita
Rita Fridella

Shepellfgi

Canada
Fitness Coach Connects - Combining Digital Tools and Physical Health Coaching to Support Employee Wellness

 

jhfrost
Jeana H Frost

VU University Amsterdam, KankerNL

Netherlands
The Strategic Use of Self-Disclosure in Health 2.0 Communities

 

mapgin
Marie-pierre Gagnon

Université Laval

Canada
Electronic Personal Health Records in Canada: An Exploratory Review of the Literature

A Systematic Review of Factors Associated to M-Health Adoption by Health Care Professionals

 

alegalanmercant
Alejandro Galán-Mercant

University of Malaga

Spain
Mobile Jump Assessment (mJump)

Mobile Plyometric Assessment (mPlyometrics)

 

deedegammon
Deede Deede Gammon

Oslo University Hospital

Norway
Online Facilitation of Collaboration and Recovery in Mental Health: a Pilot Study.

 

lisamga
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gayubo
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ugelatti
Umberto Gelatti

Department of Molecular and Translational Medicine – University of Brescia

Italy
Mobile Phone Applications in Primary Prevention: a Systematic Review of the Evidence.

 

rqgb
Raquel Gomez Bravo

Vasco Da Gama Movement

Luxembourg
Ready to Manage Intimate Partner Violence?

 

mgsa23
Manuel González-Sánchez

University of Málaga

Spain
Mobile Jump Assessment (mJump)

Mobile Plyometric Assessment (mPlyometrics)

Mobile Functional Reach Test in People Who Suffer Stroke

 

igrau
Inma Grau

Fundación iSYS * Primary Care Reseach group/IDIBAPS

Spain
Exploring the Quality of Health Apps: The ISYS Ranking System

EPatient Panel: Exploring the Meaning and Transition Process of Becoming an EPatient in Spain/Southern Europe

 

mirela1
Mirela Habibovic

Tilburg University

Netherlands
Web-Based Distress Management Program for Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator Patients (Webcare): Long-Term Follow-up of a Randomized Controlled Trial

 

loracenna
Carol Anne Haigh

Manchester Metropolitan University

United Kingdom
Listening to the Patient Voice at the Heart of Health Care

 

Kath
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hartz
Tobias Hartz

Institute of Medical Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Informatics

Germany
Care4Talk – Secure Messenger for Clinical Settings

Risk Analysis of Different Use Cases Which Might Lead to Patient Identification within Facebook

Social Media Guidelines for Communication in Health Settings in Germany

Attention Facebook – Patients and Health Care Provider Meet in Social Networks

 

Vhasselmann
Viviane Hasselmann

Kliniken Valens

Switzerland
Challenges and Opportunities of Health Serious Games

 

aphemani
Ashish Hemani

Imperial College London

United Kingdom
Designing a Blended Learning Tutorial for Undergraduate Medical Education Supported by the Use of IPads

 

Iria
Iria Hernández

People Who Global

Spain
People Who Global

 

shilton
Shona Hilton

MRC/CSO Social and Public Health Sciences Unit, University of Glasgow

United Kingdom
Using Social Media to Support Self-Management of Diabetes and Common Mental Health Issues: Young Adults’ Perspectives on Sharing Experiences Online

Understanding Health Research: Developing an Online Intervention to Bridge the Communicative Gap between Academics and Consumers of Research Evidence

 

hollinde
Anke Hollinderbäumer

Institut of medical biometric epidemiology and informatic

Germany
Risk Analysis of Different Use Cases Which Might Lead to Patient Identification within Facebook

Social Media Guidelines for Communication in Health Settings in Germany

Attention Facebook – Patients and Health Care Provider Meet in Social Networks

 

sanhorfra
Santiago Hors-Fraile

Salumedia Tecnologías S.L.

Spain
Challenges and Opportunities of Health Serious Games

 

ElenaHr
Elena Hristodorova

Maastricht University

Germany
Long-Term Adherence to Care-Centered and Research-Centered Online Self-Assessment Programs in Multiple Sclerosis: A Comparative Analysis

 

ahusain
Amna Husain

Temmy Latner Centre for Palliative Care, University of Toronto

Canada
A Social Networking Tool For Collaborative Care For Patients, Caregivers and Health Care Professionals

“Loop” as a Window: Analytics and Social Network Theory to Understand Teams of Care

 

bimam
Bita Imam

University of British Columbia

Canada
WiinWalk: A Telehealth Intervention to Improve Walking in Older Adults with Lower Limb Amputation

 

silvia_innocenzi
Silvia Innocenzi

UNIVPM

Italy
Fostering Healthcare Criticalities Management through Web Collaboration Platforms: HealthUs Project

 

amrjamal
Amr Jamal

King Saud University, College of Medicine

Saudi Arabia
The Impact of Online Health Information Seeking Behavior on Self-Care Activities among Adult Diabetic Type-2 Patients

 

wtjamies
Trevor Jamieson

St Michael's Hospital/University of Toronto, Toronto, Canada

Canada
A Social Networking Tool For Collaborative Care For Patients, Caregivers and Health Care Professionals

“Loop” as a Window: Analytics and Social Network Theory to Understand Teams of Care

 

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susjoh
Susanne Johansson

Jamtland County Council, Unit of Clinical Research Center

Sweden
The eContinence Project: Development, Evaluation, and Implementation of Treatment Programmes for Urinary Incontinence via Internet/Smartphone/PC Tablet Applications

 

bjonas
Benjamin Jonas

Delphi Gesellschaft, Berlin

Germany
Online Video Group Counselling for Family Caregivers of Persons with Dementia – an Ongoing Randomized Controlled Trial

 

racjones
Rachel Jones

Northeastern University, Bouve College, School of Nursing, Institute on Urban Health Research

United States
“Is Your Man Stepping Out?” An Online Pilot Study to Evaluate Facebook Advertising Recruitment and Retention Using Smartphones to Deliver HIV Prevention Videos to African American Young Adult Women

 

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vikkal
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kartengren
Nicklas Kartengren

STAD

Sweden
A Web-Based Coping and Alcohol-Intervention Program for Adolescents Having Parents with Alcohol Problems: A Randomized Controlled Trial

 

YasserKhazaal
Yasser Khazaal

Department of Mental Health and Psychiatry, Geneva University Hospitals, Switzerland

Switzerland
Self-Selection in Video Game Research

 

katkin
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jkivits
Joelle Kivits

Université de Lorraine

France
Internet Users's Experiences of Seeking Information on Health Administrations Websites

 

paulkiz
Paul N. Kizakevich

RTI International

United States
PHIT for Duty – A Mobile Application to Improve Psychological Health and Reduce Alcohol Use in Persons with Post-Traumatic Stress

 

martinkoehne
Martin Johannes Koehne

med.doctor

Germany
"Net-Step" - A Therapist Delivered Internet Psychotherapy For Depression And Anxiety Disorders In Primary Care

 

kolarova9
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staconst
Stathis Th Konstantinidis

Norut

Norway
Seniors Exergaming 2.0: The Role of Social and Motivational Aspects on Games for Elderly's Physical Training through Web 2.0 Techniques

A Semantic Web Health Recommender System: Enriching YouTube Health Videos

 

PattyKostkova1877
Patty Kostkova

UCL

United Kingdom
Educational Games for Creating Awareness about Health Issues: The Case of Educational Content Evaluation Integrated in the Game

Medi+board: the Public Health Dashboard

 

ziggykovacs
Ziggy Kovacs

Larkbio Inc.

Hungary
Personal Health Records (PHRS) as a Base for Medical Research

 

kutty
Ashwin Kutty

WeUsThem Inc.

Canada
The Business of Healthcare - Mobile

 

jinahkwak
Jinah Kwak

KAIST

Korea, Republic Of
Why So Serious?: Detecting and Tracking Depression Through the Presence of Emoticons

 

ch_lalanne
Christophe Lalanne

Assistance Publique-Hôpitaux de Paris

France
Analysis of Response Time in Electronic PRO Instrument: How Could It Be Used to Refine the Analysis of Health-Related Quality of Life Data?

 

spoedman
Christophe Robert Laurent

Hashington, ZorgusLive, SFZ.be

Belgium
The Use of an Omnipresent Array of Dynamic QR Codes to Establish Bidirectional Multi Platform Social Media Communication and Conversation Between Visitors and Organizers During Mass Events.

 

ralehto
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doctoraleiva
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luigi_lella
Luigi Lella

ASUR Marche

Italy
Fostering Healthcare Criticalities Management through Web Collaboration Platforms: HealthUs Project

 

frederic_lenaerts
Frederic Lenaerts

University of Hasselt

Belgium
A Clinical Guide to Evaluate Heart Rate Related Smartphone Applications

 

doctoralia
Frederic Llordachs

Y

Spain
Have a Medical Doubt? Ask an Expert!

 

marlo59
Marie Lof

Karolinska Institute

Sweden
A Web- and Mobile Phone-Based Intervention in 4-Year-Olds: a Population-Based Randomized Controlled Trial

 

cpetisco
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tempusfugit
Charilaos (Harris) Lygidakis

Lumos!

Italy
 

sitimaon
Siti Maon

Universiti Teknologi MARA

Malaysia
Design of a Website to Foster Healthy Behaviour Among Young People

 

joan_carles_march
Joan Carles March

Médico, Doctor en medicina, Master en Salud Pública y gestión sanitaria

Spain
EPatient Panel: Exploring the Meaning and Transition Process of Becoming an EPatient in Spain/Southern Europe

 

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borjahawk
Borja Martínez-Pérez

ETSIT, University of Valladolid

Spain
A Mobile App for the Self-Management of Heart Diseases

 

martinezalicia16h
Alicia Martinez-Garcia

Virgen del Rocío University Hospital

Spain
Development and Assessment of a Telematic Platform for Diabetic Patients Care Delivery

 

ctm
Clyde Matava

University of Toronto (Hospital for Sick Children)

Canada
Internet Use for Children's Health Information at Canadian Tertiary Hospital

 

sherrimatismitchell
Sherri Matis-Mitchell

Reed Elsevier

United States
Social Media Analytics: Discovery and Support for Decision Making

 

MiguelMayer
Miguel Angel Mayer

Research Programme on Biomedical Informatics, Universitat Pompeu Fabra

Spain
The Quality of Health Related-Content Websites: 15 Years of Experience of Web Médica Acreditada Quality Program

End-User Recommendations for Safer Use of Mobile Health Applications (mHealth Apps)

 

lsmchattie
Lynn-Sayers McHattie

The Glasgow School of Art

United Kingdom
Transforming Patient Experience: The Need for a Design Innovation Approach to Health Web Science and Medicine 2.0.

 

amalia86
Rafael de Andrés Medina

AAL President

Belgium
Closing Keynote: Ambient Assisted Living [AAL] for Smart Ageing - Challenges and Opportunities

 

liemeij
Liesbeth Meijnckens

E-health / Social Media Healthcare

Netherlands
 

josan_8
Jose Antonio Merchán-Baeza

University of Málaga

Spain
Mobile Functional Reach Test in People Who Suffer Stroke

 

annemoorhead
Anne Moorhead

University of Ulster

United Kingdom
Smart Food: Identifying Calories of Meals Using Smartphone to Inform the Development of a Personalized Messaging System for Obesity Prevention and Management

Utility and Accuracy of Online Schematics That Illustrate ECG Electrode Positions

 

gonzalomora
Gonzalo Mora

University Clinic of Navarra

Spain
Pre-Med2 Tutorial: From The Idea to the App in 4 Hours (extra registration required)

Patient Data Protection in a Free Photo Sharing Network for Healthcare Professionals - The InsightMedi Mobile App Case

 

julia-moreland
Julia Moreland

Moray College - University of the Highlands and Islands

United Kingdom
The Power Exchange between Patient and Health Professional: A Grounded Theory Approach

 

pdnic1
Peter Nicklen

Monash University

Australia
Students’ Savings through Web-Conference Learning within Health Professional Education

 

samno
Sam Nordfeldt

MD PhD

Sweden
Health Practitioners’ Use of an Open Message Board for Dialogues with Young Diabetes Type 1 Patients

 

emny
Emma Nyström

Department of public health and clinical medicine, Umeå university, Umeå, Sweden

Sweden
The eContinence Project: Development, Evaluation, and Implementation of Treatment Programmes for Urinary Incontinence via Internet/Smartphone/PC Tablet Applications

 

allissondantas
Allisson Dantas Oliveira

Federal Rural University of Pernambuco

Brazil
Malaria System: a New Tool for Automatic Diagnosis of Malaria in Mobile Devices

 

danielapaolotti
Daniela Paolotti

ISI Foundation

Italy
Predicting the Influenza Season 2013-2014 in Italy

 

paulinepariser
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clparra
Carlos Luis Parra

Virgen del Rocío University Hospital

Spain
Development and Assessment of a Telematic Platform for Diabetic Patients Care Delivery

 

davidper
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petercen
Carolyn Petersen

Mayo Clinic

United States
MHealth: Don’t Forget All the Stakeholders in the Business Case

 

JohnPowell6924
John Powell

University of Oxford

United Kingdom
The EXPERT Study: Randomised Controlled Trial of an Internet-Based Intervention Harnessing Patient Experiences to Support Self-Management of Asthma

How Might the Internet Help Level Health Inequalities?

 

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